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Printing, Propaganda, and Public Opinion in the Age of Martin Luther (2016)
Book Chapter
Bagchi, D. (2016). Printing, Propaganda, and Public Opinion in the Age of Martin Luther. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of ReligionOxford University Press (OUP). https://doi.org/10.1093...e/9780199340378.013.269

Summary: Luther had a notoriously ambivalent attitude towards what was still the new technology of the printing press. He could both praise it as God’s highest act of grace for the proclamation of God’s Word, and condemn it for its unprecedented abil... Read More

Old questions, new answers? : Luther and the problem of catholicity
Journal Article
Bagchi, D. Old questions, new answers? : Luther and the problem of catholicity. Reformation, 17, 161-176. doi:10.1558/refm.v17.161

Luther's omission of the word "catholic" from his German translations of the creedal article on the Church have led many to suppose that he had little time for the concept of catholicity. A survey of vernacular devotional literature on the eve of the... Read More

Epilogue
Book Chapter
Bagchi, D. Epilogue

Authors' accepted manuscript of a chapter from: Declan Marmion & Salvador Ryan (eds), Remembering the Reformation : Martin Luther and Catholic theology